Context-driven test strategies with business focus
Build a Tester Workshop
Pelle Pirats 8 års fødselsdag
March 19, 2012
Enterprise IT, Family and fun, Softwaretesting
communication, context, information, knowledge
I’m at theoretically yes, but realistically maybe – but I might be wrong
I’m at theoretically yes, but realistically maybe – but I might be wrong «
Mar 27, 2012 @ 10:24:10
Testing AND Checking « Complexity is a matter of perspective
Apr 02, 2012 @ 23:11:59
Yes, non-tech people can be testers « Complexity is a matter of perspective
Oct 08, 2012 @ 22:19:24
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I'm a context-driven test manager, a LEGO fan and father of kids with autism. I blog about my ideas, considerations. lessons learned and observations.
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